Rest easy deer, turkey, and catfish of western Kentucky, John Lindauer Jr. has shuffled off this mortal coil and joined his wife Martha Jean Lindauer in the mystic. He was a Marine Corps veteran.
In lieu of flowers John asks that you drink a bit of whiskey, dance a step, and be happy. He is at peace.
He is survived by his son, Rod Lindauer; and daughter, Bridgette Whitt.

Haley McGinnis Funeral Home & Crematory is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mr. Lindauer.
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  1. Prayers with the family!
    I’ll never forget when we went fishing with your dad Bridget! I still have that picture of that fish with us in that picture…..Somewhere in my pictures!
    He definitely was a great man! He always treated me like one of his own growing up! I know he happy to be in his arms of his with Martha. They was great ppl!

  2. Lots of great memories from my youth of hunting and fishing trips. Much love to all. Will break out some bourbon in his honor.

  3. Rodney and Bridget sorry for your loss. Your dad and mom were good neighbors to my parents. May he rest in peace.

  4. The Lindauer Family, You have my condolences and will be in my thoughts. Very unique man, enjoyed or friendship.

  5. Uncle Johnie was a significant influence in my life both with enjoying the outdoors and my chosen career in the Air Force. Rest in piece.

  6. Marine Corps League W. J. Norris Detachment #804, Inc.,
    C/o 4100 Kipling Drive
    Owensboro, Kentucky 42303-7220

    In recognition of John Lindauer, Jr.’s
    honorable service to the United States of America, and the United States Marine Corps; We extend our appreciation and gratitude for his service to God, Country, and Corps.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of sorrow.

    Semper Fi, The Marines of Detachment #804.

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